This pub for sale sits at the entrance to a riverside town and comes with its own cottage. 

Bridge End Inn, in Crickhowell, has origins in the 17th century and is the first property that can be seen from the medieval stone bridge leading into the town. 

The inn is Grade II listed, with its listing indicating that one of the end sections was a toll house in the 19th century. 

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Inside the inn. (Sidney Phillips)

Entering the property, there is a large open plan bar and dining space, which would once have been four rooms on split levels. 

The lower level of this area has a stone flagged floor, while the upper level has boarded floors, and period features throughout the space include a feature open stone fireplace, a beamed ceiling, and panelled walls. 

In the main bar area, there is seating for up to 45 customers, while an archway leads through to a dining area with space for 16 customers, and steps to a restaurant with up to 28 covers. 

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The bar area. (Sidney Phillips)

Also on this level is the catering kitchen, with a preparation area, and the customer toilets. 

On the first floor is the owners’ accommodation, comprising a living room with an Art Deco brickette style fireplace, a kitchen, four double bedrooms, a bathroom, a laundry and utility room, and a box room, which was previously used as the pub’s office. 

Attached to the pub is a cottage which can be used as letting accommodation, and has its own external entrance. 

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The garden has views of the countryside. (Sidney Phillips)

Inside, there are three bedrooms, two of which are doubles, and a bathroom, with one of the bedrooms having an en-suite bathroom. 

Outside, there is an enclosed lawned beer garden, which can host 40 or more people, as well as a run of riverside land and a car park. 

The agent advises that due to its proximity to the river, the property is liable to flooding. 

The property is being sold by estate agent Sidney Phillips for a freehold price of £350,000. 

The agent said: “The property dates back in part to the 17th Century and is Grade II listed. 

“It offers a character pub with car parking and trade gardens as well as an extensive area of riverside ground which is unused or cultivated.

“In addition and attached to the building is a separate three bedroom cottage utilised for commercial purposes, which is held in a separate title.”